On Snapchat, other Snapchatters shows that a specific user has added you, but you have not added them back. That is the straightforward answer to the question, “What does other Snapchatters mean on Snapchat?” However, there can be more reasons for it. So let’s explore.
What Does Other Snapchatters Mean? 3 Main Reasons
• They have blocked your Snapchat account.
If you block someone on Snapchat, they will no longer be listed among your regular story viewers. They’ll be listed as “other Snapchatters.” However, the individual must have seen your story before blocking you.
• The person either unfriended you or deleted you as a friend.
If a buddy reads your story and then unfollows you on Snapchat, that individual will appear in the “Other Snapchatters” section.
• You did not add the person on Snapchat.
This is the primary reason. If you did not add/re-add someone on Snapchat and if they read your story, they will be listed under “Other Snapchatters.” This can include people you have removed from Snapchat and random strangers who have viewed your profile. People you added and vice versa will be shown in the normal story viewers.
What is the Reason for “Other Snapchatters and +1 More?
This can happen for two reasons.
1. If you see “Other Snapchatters: 1+ More,” but no name appears. This individual viewed your Snapchat story before blocking you.
2. You have not added the person that follows you, and that person has a private Snapchat account.
Should You Avoid Other Snpachatters? How Can you do It?
It is an individual preference, but you don’t want some random person stalking your profile, right? then the best option is to adjust your Snapchat settings
Step 1- Select the profile icon in the upper left corner of your app.
Step 2 – From the profile screen, select the settings option (this is on top right corner of your profile page)
Step 3: Navigate to the “who can” section of the settings menu.
Step 4- Click “View my story.”
Step 5- And change “who can view my story” into friends only